2010 NFL Draft: Bengals, Steelers, Ravens

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Don Shapiro
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2010 NFL Draft Bengals, Steelers, Ravens

Looking at the 2010 NFL Draft, Gambling911.com mulls over the needs of three teams:  The Bengals, Steelers and Ravens.   We have already examined the Cleveland Browns 2010 NFL Draft needs in this very tight division.   We should note that BetUS.com was currently offering betting odds on the Draft here.

The Bengals needs include a defensive end, safety, defensive tackle, linebacker and wide receiver.  They have the 21st pick of the first round.

For Cincinnati, the most intriguing position is safety. Chris Crocker and Roy Williams return as the starters but both are over 30 and were injured last season.

The Steelers are an interesting beast at this year's Draft since Ben Roethlisberger trade rumors could alter previous expectations.

With the 18th first round pick, the Steelers needs include a cornerback, the offensive line, defensive end, linebacker, running back and defensive tackle.  Do we dare say quarterback?

The Steelers probably need a strong linebacker more than anything else.

"The Steelers are woefully thin outside behind James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley, so it would be unwise to cross Michigan's Brandon Graham from the first-round short list," writes Jim Wexell of the Tribune-Democrat.

Wexell concedes it is likely the Steelers will shore up their OLB depth later in the draft.

"An impressive second-round prospect is Virginia Tech's Jason Worilds (6-1¼, 254, 4.47), an underclassman who starred in the Hokies' bowl win over Tennessee."

As for the Ravens, their needs include; cornerback, wide receiver, defensive tackle and tight end.

Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com





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